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    From left: Alicia Glen, Aby Rosen and Robert A.M. Stern

    From the July issue: In this month’s in their words feature, Aby Rosen gets honest about Extell Development’s One57 project. Starchitect Robert A.M. Stern explains suburbs in a health-related metaphor. Lastly, Alicia Glen, the deputy mayor for housing and economic development, discusses the not-so-top priority of the Midtown East rezoning. [more]

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  • From left: Alicia Glen and New York City Housing Authority developments

    From left: Alicia Glen and New York City Housing Authority developments

    Alicia Glen, the deputy mayor for housing and economic development, said there are some “amazing” development opportunities within the New York City Housing Authority. She spoke during a panel organized by Crain’s on Tuesday. [more]

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    Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen

    The city is looking into approximately 15 neighborhoods that are “ripe for increased density,” Deputy Mayor for housing and urban development Alicia Glen said at a panel today.

    Glen added that she expects to see new residential buildings begin to crop up following the administration’s rezoning by the end of 2015. The neighborhood developments will be extensively studied, and each will take between four and five years to be completed, she said. [more]

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  • Alicia Glen

    Alicia Glen

    From the June issue: David Belt of development firm Macro Sea was struggling last year to put together a deal for an 84,000-square-foot high-tech manufacturing center at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Belt needed to take advantage of a historic tax credit in order to make the project, dubbed the New Lab, pencil out financially. [more]

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  • From left: Mayor Bill de Blasio and the view of midtown East

    From left: Mayor Bill de Blasio and the view of Midtown East

    Expect delays on the rezoning of Midtown East. [more]

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    1 Vanderbilt rendering and Alicia Glen

    Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration has proposed rezoning a five-block stretch surrounding Grand Central Terminal to allow for the construction of SL Green’s 65-story tower project 1 Vanderbilt.

    De Blasio’s plan looks to partly resuscitate the failed push by his predecessor, Michael Bloomberg, to rezone 73 blocks of Midtown East to make way for larger office buildings. SL Green has been negotiating with TD Bank about becoming the flagship tenant at the proposed 1,200-foot tower. [more]

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  • From left: Dan Doctoroff, NYC Olympics ad and Alicia Glen

    From left: Dan Doctoroff, NYC Olympics ad and Alicia Glen

    New York City won’t submit a bid to host the 2024 Summer Olympic Games, a top member of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s staff said Tuesday. [more]

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  • From left: Mayor Bill de Blasio, Midtown East and Alicia Glen

    From left: Mayor Bill de Blasio, Midtown East and Alicia Glen

    The de Blasio administration is gearing up to relaunch the debate over a rezoning of Midtown East next month. [more]

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  • From left: Bill de Blasio with Alicia Glen, and de Blasio with Shola Olatoye (Credit: Ed Reed)

    From left: Bill de Blasio with Alicia Glen, and de Blasio with Shola Olatoye (Credit: Ed Reed)

    A quick look at the work histories of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s recent picks for top city positions shows that several were plucked from the real estate and policy advisory firm HR&A Advisors. [more]

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  • From left: Two Trees' Jed Walentas, Domino Sugar refinery site and Mayor Bill de Blasio

    From left: Two Trees’ Jed Walentas, Domino Sugar refinery site and Mayor Bill de Blasio

    After reaching an agreement yesterday to reserve 700 units for affordable housing, Two Trees Management is set to receive city approval this week for the $1.5 billion project at the site of the former Domino Sugar refinery in Brooklyn. [more]

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  • From left: Alicia Glen, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Vicki Been

    From left: Alicia Glen, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Vicki Been

    WEEKENDEDITION Conflict of interest fears have been raised after it was revealed that two of Mayor de Blasio’s housing appointees have ties to developers whose projects will likely show up on their desks. [more]

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  • From left: Alicia Glen and Mayor Bill de Blasio

    From left: Alicia Glen and Mayor Bill de Blasio

    Aiming to outdo Mayor Edward Koch, who created tens of thousands of affordable apartments in the 1980s, and Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who pushed for preserving rent-stabilized residences, Mayor Bill de Blasio promises to either build or hang onto 200,000 affordable housing units over 10 years. [more]

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    Steven Spinola and Alicia Glen

    While the Real Estate Board of New York’s Steven Spinola and other real estate officials have shown support for Mayor Bill de Blasio’s recent appointments, real estate leaders have a lingering concern about the fate of the Landmarks Preservation Commission and the Planning Commission.

    Chair positions on those boards have not yet been filled. The real estate industry questioned several decisions by the Landmarks commission under former Mayor Michael Bloomberg. [more]

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  • Rick Bell and Alicia Glen

    Rick Bell and Alicia Glen

    WEEKENDEDITION Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio’s selection of Alicia Glen, head of urban investment for Goldman Sachs, to serve as his deputy mayor for housing and economic development is getting applause from the city’s architectural sector. [more]

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